By JoAnn Jacoby, Josephie Kibbee, Robert H. Burger (editor)
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Anthropological Literature (AL) provides access to the contents of approximately 900 of Tozzer’s serial publications including journals, proceedings, and irregular series. Because important anthropological literature is published in edited books as well as in periodicals, AL also analyses approximately 200 of these collections annually, providing access to individually authored chapters. As in most other anthropological indexes, book reviews, commentaries, letters to the editor, and other communications are not included.
Similar extensive lists are provided within area-studies and related disciplines. To further assist the researcher, the citations are briefly annotated, with information as to the scope and number of theses contained in each bibliography. A subject index provides further access through specific country, topic (hygiene), or culture group (Igbos). 85. Masters’ Theses in Anthropology: A Bibliography of Theses from United States Colleges and Universities. McDonald, David R. New Haven, CT: Human Relations Area Files Press, 1977.
108. A Catalog to Manuscripts at the National Anthropological Archives. Smithsonian Institution, National Museum of Natural History Department of Anthropology. Boston, MA: G. K. Hall, 1975. 4v. ISBN 0816111944. Much of the material in the National Anthropological Archives (entry 853) was collected by the Bureau of American Ethnology between 1879 and 1965. The overwhelming emphasis of the collection, therefore, is on Native Americans. The catalog lists over 6,000 collections of manuscripts, which include vocabularies, grammar notes, correspondence, maps, linguistic tests, journals and field notes, and administrative records of the Bureau of American Ethnology.
Cultural Anthropology by JoAnn Jacoby, Josephie Kibbee, Robert H. Burger (editor)